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Government help needed to boost health of SA

Campaigns to encourage healthy behaviour among South Australians are disjointed, ignore broader societal issues and need greater involvement from state government, a Flinders University review has […]

Privatisation of Australian prisons

New research has cast a spotlight on the privatisation of Australian prisons as state governments seek to reduce costs, but experts warn similar experiments have failed […]

Is Closing the Gap working?

Gaping policy shortfalls in the Australian Government’s Closing the Gap program have seen it fail to reduce disparities in Indigenous health, income, employment, child removal and […]

Why SA is a renewable energy powerhouse

Last year renewables provided a whopping 60% of South Australia’s electricity supplies. How did this remarkable progress happen when the national climate policy was gripped by […]

10 lessons from the virus crisis

Australia ranked eighth in the world ‘s Top 10 countries to manage their COVID-19 response well, with New Zealand, Vietnam, Taiwan, Thailand, Cyprus, Rwanda and Iceland […]

Flinders embarks on new Australian research

New research at Flinders University will delve into Australia’s history of domestic violence, preserve cultural objects in the Clare Valley through digitisation, document the history of […]

Shopping trolleys containing clothing and personal items in Adelaide's CBD in 2016. Photo: Michael Coghlan CC/Flickr.

Hardship set to rise in SA, experts warn

The escalating COVID-19 crisis will widen the gulf between people with and without secure income, with experts outlining increasing inequities in health outcomes for South Australians […]

Health grants a big lift for researchers

New Flinders Foundation seed funding grants will support important research at the Flinders medical precinct, from common back injuries to glaucoma and gonorrhoea studies, along with […]